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Internet@Schools West 2009 October 26 – 27, 2009
Monterey, CA
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Dr. Mary Ann Bell, Professor of Library Science/, Sam Houston State University

Mary Ann Bell, BA, MLS, Ed.D. is a Professor in the Department of Library Science, Sam Houston State University, where she teaches classes related to technology and librarianship. She is the author of Internet and Personal Computer Fads, Haworth Press, 2004 and Cybersins and Digital Good Deeds: A Book About Technology and Ethics, Haworth Press, 2006. Her most recent book, School Librarians and the Technology Department: A Practical Guide to Succesful Collaboration, came out in May 2013. She has also written numerous journal publications and presented conference presentations on the topics of information ethics and creative teaching with technology. She is active in Texas Library Association, American Library Association, and Texas Computer Education Association. She received her BA from Baylor University, her MLS from Sam Houston State University, and her EdD from Baylor University. She enjoys nature photography, hiking, reading and trying out new devices and resources to keep up with technology.


Sessions by Dr. Mary Ann Bell
10-27-2009 3:15 PM 4:00 PM S204: I Can See Clearly Now: New Ways to View Information
 





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